Who gets to be an author in contemporary anthropology and who does not? And how does inquiry into the norms of authorship expose problems surrounding academic labor and scholarly knowledge production?
How can zines and independent publishing urge collective reimagining of anthropological scholarship and its audiences? (Or at least, how can they help us have a little more fun?)
En julio de 2020, participé en un evento organizado por el grupo estudiantil Abya Yala (de Ohio State) y el Foro Permanente de Estudios, Investigación y Saberes Transdisciplinarios Ancestrales (en Cochabamba, Bolivia).
My latest research on the use of biosolids in the US is now available in the edited volume Thinking with Soils.
Check out my presentation for the 2020 Society for Cultural Anthropology virtual conference (#Distribute2020).
New research article is out in a special issue on plant-human communication in the journal Ethnos.
Not enough anthropologically-inspired zines in your life? We’ve got you covered.
Our zine “Infrastructural Digest” is finally done. Download a free digital copy.
Tired of assigning the same old final papers and projects? Try a sensorial art exhibition…
In July 2017, I visited Manaus to work on a new collaboration with researchers in the Sociology Department at the … More